AFTER ten days of ballot revisions by the Presidential Electoral Tribunal, the revisors have recorded for deduction from Leni Robredo’s total tally some 5,000 votes considered by a PET insider as “cheat votes.”
The vote deduction represented some 226 clustered precincts out of the more than 5,000 clustered precincts from the protestant’s identified pilot provinces of Camarines Sur, Negros Oriental and Iloilo.
A PET insider disclosed that contrary to what Robredo was yakking in public about clean elections that installed her to the vice presidency, “her dwindling vote count as revealed in the ongoing ballot revisions was a clear proof that massive poll fraud occurred during the 2016 VP race intentionally targeting former Sen. Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos, Jr.”
On the table in the ongoing PET recount are ballot boxes from Camarines Sur’s 1,413 clustered precincts which have consistently revealed proofs of tampered election results like wet ballots, shreds of grass, pre-shaded ballots and missing vote receipts.”
“If the cut in Robredo’s vote tally will continue in the same rate of reduction and with more proofs of her ‘cheat votes’ being discovered, her lead of 263,473 votes over that of the former senator would be totally wiped out even before the ballot revisions in the three pilot provinces are completed,” opined the PET insider.
With the recent figures, Robredo’s lead of 263,473 votes over Marcos had shrunk to some 258,000. According to the official tally, Robredo obtained 14,418,817 votes while Marcos had 14,155,344.))
He explained that as the revisions proceed, so does the discovery by the PET revisors of more shocking pieces of evidence on electoral anomalies and fraud believed to have been committed with impunity by poll operators against the protestant.
After more than a year of delay, the revision of votes at the PET finally started last April 2.
Thirty-six revision committees are conducting the revision Monday to Friday starting at 8 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. So far, revisors have opened ballot boxes from the towns of Bato, Baao, Balatan, Sagñay and Bula all in Camarines Sur.